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times." his new book is called the way of the knife. it's about how the c.i.a. is exchanged in a new kind of warfare. >> now we're in this new phase where john brennan has just taken over the c.i.a. and has signaled that he would like to get the c.i.a. to some extent out of this para-military business. been and has been very much at the center of it over the last four years under... in his job at the white house. we'll see what happens. there's a lot of former c.i.a. ficers who he turns to and has turned to who have warned him that it's not a secretive arm of the pentagon. >> charlie: and we conclude talking about media today and what makes it so exciting and changing. >> everything changed all at once. it's feeling like that with tie vee. a lot of people in the technology businesses or in the media businesses will tell you that once the consumer decides, it doesn't really matter. what companies decide, what gornmes decide that they're the ultimate authorities. and people decided that they want to consume television in new ways. what it threatens is business models that have been in
on his writing for a new book called "the way of the knife: the c.i.a., a secret army and the war at the ends of the earth." it chronicles the intelligence agency's transformation into añr para-military organization. dexter filkins writes the story of how the c.i.a. got back into the killing business is as chilling and dramatic as a spy novel. except it's true. mark mazzetti has laid out an extraordinary tale tracking the spies as they track the terrorists. i am pleased to have him back at this table. welcome. >> thanks very much. charlie: so, tell me how you came to this book. >> well, i had been reporting on intelligence for about seven years now. before that i was covering the military. >> you realize when you're covering the military and the intelligence world, increasingly you realize you're covering the same thing. they have converged so much over the last 12 years in these wars outside of the war zones so i decided that it was probably after the bin laden raid which sort of highlighted this. you had navy seals who were operating under c.i.a. authority. this was... this ver
of osama bin laden. cia operations are not just about gathering intelligence anymore. the cia has become more of a paramilitary organization. questions are being raised. in a new book, a "the new york times" reporter takes a look at how the cia has changed. i spoke with him earlier. how did 9/11 change the picture so that the cia got back into the business of killing people? >> after 9/11, a few days after september 11, president bush gave the cia is broad authority to go around the world and capture, kill, and hunt al qaeda operatives and other operatives. legal authority the cia had not had for years, and in many ways, they were unprepared for this new authority. at the center of these secret wars, and what we have seen in the more than a decade since is that the cia has not only embraced that authority, but this sort of killing aspect of what the cia does has become the focal point of the work of this agency, and it transformed the cia really into this hunting and killing machine. >> it happened, did not, because of the criticism of a cia program put >> as you point out, the early yea
york times." is new book is called "the way of the knife: the cia, a secret army, and a war at the ends of the earth." please welcome to the program, mark mazzetti mazzetti. how are you. nice to see you thp this is "the way of the knife" the c.i.a. and secret army" which i'm guessing is really not so secret anymore. >> not so much. >> jon: how did you get access to this information? >> it was hard. there were a lot of people who don't want to talk. and there were sources that i had spent a lot of time working who agreed to talk for the book. >> jon: did you use enhanced interrogation eciques? >> i didn't need to ( laughter ). >> jon: they gave up information just through questioning? >> yes. >> jon: ieresting. >> yes. (ghter ). >> jon: you have a have interesting story at the very beginning of the book about somebody whoot in soe trouble over in-- overseas and was referred to by the united states government as a diplomat. >> that's right. >> jon: turns out he's not a come. >kimlomat. >> he worked for the of c.i.a. he was a contractor working for the c.i.a., and in january 2011, he
. this is part of the church committee investigations of what the cia was doing in the '70s and how much of it was legal. right after watergate. it was to look into whether the cia was acting improperly here in the u.s. we think of the cia as operating elsewhere. they're supposed to be spying on our enemies abroad, but that initial focus on whether the cia was acting improperly at home, that got eclipsed thanks to some comments by gerald ford. president ford has reportedly warned associates that if the current investigations go too far, they could uncover several assassinations of fortune officials involving the cia. because of those comments from president ford, the church committee ended up changes its focus. they ended up spending a lot of time looking into whether the cia was assassinating foreign leaders or trying to. they turned up a ton of lurid details to kill foreign leaders including castro in cuba and general schneider in chile. >> we have sufficient corroborating evidence to make it clear, but the cia was involved not only in planning, but in certain cases, also in attempted
know how horrible this act was. now, let me bring in lindsay moran, former c.i.a. officer. author of "blow my cover: my life as a c.i.a. spy." thank you for coming in. we appreciate it. it's a tough day, of course. >> it is. >> cenk: first on the issue whether it was terrorism or not i just want to show a little video here. it's from cnn. you see the first bomb that has already gone off. you see the smoke from it. and the second bomb further down the street you see goes off. when you see two bombs like that go off within about 15 to 20 seconds of each other is that an immediate sign that it's much more likely to be a coordinateed terror attack? >> yes definitely. i don't think there is any question that this qualifies as a terrorist attack because it caused terror and death, and destruction in our country. what remains unclear and unknown is who perpetrated the terrorist attack. it does not necessarily have to be perpetrated by a foreign terrorist group. it could be a domestic situation. it could be an individual. it's way premature to classify it as a foreign terrorist attack. to
. >> thank you. >> cenk: now when we come back, c.i.a. might have ground-breaking new officer. she's a woman and that's unprecedented. she was also the one involved with the torture program and destroyed the torture tapes--oops. we'll does that when we come back. >> it took three hours destroying 92 videotapes showing being water-boarded 83 times. [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of. why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away if you experience a sudden decrease or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] 676. >> cen
the obama administration's argument that it was a state secret. the court ordered the cia to respond to freedom of information requests about targeted killing. a few days later, three obama officials told the daily beast that the drone program will move from the cia to the defense department. that could increase accountability and transparency. the president also responded by saying this at the state of the union. >> i will continue to engage congress to ensure not only that our targeting, detention and prosecution of terrorists remains consistent with our laws and system of checks and balances. but that our efforts are even more transparent to the american people and to the world. >> but it looks like that effort is not getting very far. the administration refused to even send a witness to testify and answer questions at today's hearings. the chair of the hearing told us the legal and policy questions surrounded targeted killings require a public debate. once again, it looks like a debate the white house would rather skip. joining us now to discuss the government's obligation to def
fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." let me ask would it pump up your lifestyle if the c.i.a. agent regularly dropped off a suit case backpack or a shopping bag at your home or office, stuffed with millions of dollars in in untraceable cash. it would? welcome to of a began prophet hamid karzai's world. according to a story in "the new york times" the c.i.a. has been delivering tens of millions in cash to mr. karzai without apparently getting much of anything in the way of influence in return. at the white house press secretary jay carney told reporters if they had questions on the story take them to the c.i.a. >> i have no information on that report. i can tell you that, you know, as we have said many times we and our afghan partners remain committed to our shared strategy and goals of a fully sovereign afghanistan that is not a safe haven for al-qaeda. >> that is like george bush dodging a shoe. but karzai was more open telling the reporters, i quote yes the office of national security has been receiving support from the united states for the past ten years, a small amount which has been use
: and margaret warner talks with the author of a new book about shadow wfa waged bythe c.i.a. and speal forces. >> a week after 9/11 president bush gave the c.i.a. lethal authority to capture and kill al qaeda members so they become much more into the killing business and the military. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundatio. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: new details emerged today in the investigation of two chechen-american brothers in the boston bombings. and as authorities worked to build their case, two more victims of the city's week of terror were laid to rest. family and friends paid final respects to
18 months ago, a year and a half. officials say the cia asked tammerlan and his horrible mother should be added to the terror list in fall of 2011 after russia, russia expressed concern they had become militants. it seems won't we learn more about certain areas of the suspects's lives. massachusetts's governor defended refusal to release information about the brothers saying it's about abiding by the law. >> i think they can't release that information to me. i'll be looking forward to seeing it can you release to it us?. >> it's a fair question. i'm, i understand td public is curious. >> curious about that fleece. yes. we demand answers starting with what happened here. >> is that a sleeve? >> yes. >> how did she get in the sleeve? >> it was in the sleeve of a sweat shirt. >> she's mummified. >> did you do something bad? oh, goodness. how could that animal do anything bad? >> that animal is charged with two counts of vehicular homicide. >> you can't say that without knows the facts. >> he hit the victim several times. the victim died you claim to have a career in the cia. everyb
you for joining us. when we come back we'll come back with chris brian and others others. the c.i.a. has done great damage to the country. we'll explain. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> with a distinctly satirical point of view. if you believe in state's rights but still believe in the drug war you must be high. >> only on current tv. you know who is coming on to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> cenk: welcome back to the "the young turks"." the story about how the c.i.a. has been bringing in tons of cash into afghanistan literally in bags. it's unaccounted f
done by the spies of the c.i.a. "new york times" national security correspondent mark mazzetti tracks all this in "the way of the knife: the c.i.a., a secret army, and a war at the end of the earth." margaret warner sat down with him recently, and began by asking when it first became apparent the line between spies and soldiers had blurred. >> i started covering the military shortly before the september 11 attacks and in the months and years afterwards a lot of what i was reporting on was these efforts by rum rum and the defense secretary to basically get soldiers outside of the declared war zone, to basically send them around the world. and that meant changing not only the authorities that the pentagon had to do that but to build the budgets and build the capabilities of special operations troops. and rumsfeld was furious at the pentagon he inherited and wasn't equipped to fight this kind of war. so he was trying to push them more and more into intelligence gathering, man hunting in some now famous memos that rumsfeld wrote that sort of expressed his concern about these things and wh
drone bases built in like nijar so it's the secret wars that the c.i.a. takes control of. chris: he's not squeamish, is he? sweemish on these issues but how long can he keep them secret because there's membersng pressure from of congress -- republicans like rand paul, and democrats -- to become more transparent, to make sure americans know more about this stuff. a reporter how little actually even members of the intelligence committee secrety know about these legal opinions that have allowed wars. chris: name of your book? >> "the way of the night, the the wars at the ends of the earth." chris: how does a republican of congress break the deal they have with the middle ofss and upper middle class no new taxes? >> extraordinarily difficult. raise taxes?to absolutely not. would they get there through tax reform? would they get there through changes to the programs they say would protect seniors and keep the programs alive? to try tothe ways find it. it's not easy but some alreadyle things have happened. chris: david, i just talked to boehner. tenuous leadership. his deal, the right win
admitting he did, in fact, allow some of the controversial cia strikes. cnn senior international correspondent nic robertson has the story from islambad. >> reporter: the aftermath of a deadly drone strike in pakistan. images like these soured u.s., pakistan relations almost a decade. no pakistani official has ever acknowledged sanctioning u.s. drone strikes, until now. what you're saying here, on occasion there were agreements? >> no, only on very few occasions where it was absolutely isolated and had no chance of collateral damage. >> reporter: they were bitterly against them. he admits there was a secret deal. >> when discussed at the intelligence level to strike and if at all, there was no time for our own military to do it, then and that was very, very -- maybe two or three times only. >> reporter: back then, al qaeda and taliban fleeing u.s. forces in afghanistan set up camp over the border in pakistan's tribal region. america and pakistan had a common enemy, and a common strategy, kill militants when they could. >> the target, we could delay the action, i mean, these ups a
to the fbi and one to the cia. they mishandled and opportunities they missed that might have prevented this tragedy. we have new reporting on all of that to you. but two potential red flags, one to the fbi and now one to the cia were mistakenly down played or otherwise mishandled and opportunities were missed that might have prevented this tragedy. we have new reporting on all of that for you. and reporting as well on a jihadist in russia. he was on the youtube channel after he came back from russia, he met with former members of the sector who -- did they teach them to make bombs? we don't know. >> we just had a young person who went to russia and chechnya that blew people up in boston. he didn't stay where he went but he learned something where he went and came back with a willingness to kill people. >> there's also the shadowy figure known as misha, the russian name would be michael who may have helped radicalize the older brother. again, may have. the suspect's father, not the mother, who's wanted on shoplifting charges here will be flying to boston possibly tomorrow or friday. we'
says the white house isn't doing enough to make america safe. >> i know the fbi and the cia are not informed, 11 years after 9/11, that's a mistake, that's a big mistake. and when he comes back from dagastan and goes on the internet, youtube and other public out lets and starts talking in a radical fashion and we can't pick that up in light of the all of the warnings we've had, i know that's failure. >> so, don't forget, we bring in jake. jake, pretty disturbing development today about the new york connection with these two boston marathon bombers. >> that's right, the thinking is from what the bombers said, when they carjacked the car, thankfully, the man whose car it was escaped unscathed. and, also, from subsequent interviews with dzhokhar tsarnaev in his hospital bed, that the plan was after leaving boston, the brothers, the suspected terrorists would head to new york city and try to explode this considerable explosives they had upon them in times square. that's the latest information and, as you say, it's quite alarming. >> and, also, jay, we had this development that
officer john smith, cia operatives glendora the entire ron woods. at least four state department and cia career employees have sought counsel from private attorneys to represent them in the face of white house threats to prevent them from divulging classified and permission to congress about the events in benghazi. the prospective whistle-blowers' appeared to have considerable knowledge of what did and did not happen during the nearly eight hours see on our consulate and the cia and acts. apparently the obama administration is concerned their views don't support the so-called official account of events. former justice department official and republican counsel to the house intelligence committee says the state department threats are a violation of law. representing the state department employees. she talked with fox news earlier today. here is what she said. >> state department is violating the law. interfering with the federal employees' right to provide information to congress which should not ever be interfered with. here is the threat. it is now like prayer going to wag your head off
the fbi and the cia. some damning details about whether our intelligence agencies may have dropped the ball. i want to begin with deb in boston. deb, what do we know about this visit from the parents? >> reporter: yeah, this is news that we just got. came across a couple moments ago. we're being told that russian newspaper is reporting that the two parents are going to be leaving their homes and coming to the united states. now it's unclear exactly whether we're hearing it may be as early as tomorrow. this is according to the russian news agency. and, erin, right now no u.s. agency has confirmed that they will be traveling here. but it's also, you know, the big question, will they be interviewed by the fbi? will they be allowed to see their son? right now the russian newspaper is saying that they agreed to cooperate in the investigation. the question is on what terms and who is facilitating all this? so right now what we have is a russian newspaper writing this. you can bet we've been calling around to virtually everyone. we did hear from somebody in washington saying, no, we don't
says russia also alerted the cia about tamerlan, asking spy agencies look into his shift toward extremism. and tonight new reports the cia recommended adding tamerlan to a terrorism database. what happened next? >>> also in dagestan, the parents of the suspects were interviewed by officials at the u.s. embassy, and the father reportedly will be flying to the u.s. as early as friday. possibly to assist in the investigation. at the same time, we're learning more about the older brother's trip back home. cnn's nick paton walsh is in dagestan. and thousands attended the service of sean collier. and tonight some extraordinary scenes, incredible and deeply emotional sight, just a few feet from the marathon finishing line. a memorial to the victims, people leaving flowers and cards, stopping to pay tribute to the lives so brutally taken and so many who were so badly wounded. but we're covering this story around the world tonight with nick paton walsh in dagestan. jake, i want to start with you. a day of increasing revelation, really, about a collective board dropping by the cia. >> rep
but two potential red flags, one to the fbi and now one to the cia, were mistakenly downplayed or otherwise mishandled. opportunities were missed that might have prevented this tragedy. so tonight, new reporting on that. we also have reporting as well on a jihadist in russia's dagestan region whose video was on tamerlan's youtube channel. a guy who met with foreigners during the time that tamerlan was in the region and say local police helped train them in bomb-making. significance of it we're looking into. we also know that secretary of state kerry suspects an overseas connection. listen. >> we just had a young person who went to russia and chechnya who blew people up in boston. so he didn't stay where he went, but he learned something where he went and came back with a willingness to kill people. >> there is also the shadowy figure known as mischa, russian name for michael who may help rat radicalize the older brother. and the parents will be flying to boston tomorrow and that the fbi has interviewed them and others already back in russia. now, the mother who left the countr
rosetti, "the way of the knife," he's also with "the new york times," talking about the cia, pakistan and war. but up next, another author panel. this is live from usc. and this is a panel on state histories. three authors, julia siler, greg golden and t.d. allman writing about different states, talking about that. thanks for being with us, this is live coverage. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> hello? hello? anybody there? hello? is there a volume? hello, hello. hi, i think we're at the witching hour now, i've got the high sign from the back of the room. you are at the los angeles times festival of books, the nonfiction landscapes view, an imagined panel. .. bill whole idea of landscapes real and imagined. my first was about the massacre on southern colorado. there is a sentinelle coming at last become next year and played a role in the way the war was waged and my most recent book, shameless promotion, had a biography about is on the map and how that city evolves and collapsed. fortunately for you that is the last you will hear about me during this panel. the p
correspondent kathryn herrage has the story. >> they confirm to fox news that the cia was contacted by the russian counterparts in september of 2011 with virtually the same information the fbi was given six months earlier, that the russians believe tamerlan tsarnaev was a radical islamist. they were told that at the cia's request that he was entered into a government database of known and suspected terrorists. >> reporter: a new intelligence bulletin reviewed by fox news concludes based on new forensic analysis that the boston bombs from remote controlled toy cars. the fbi and homeland security bulletin reads in part, quote, each device likely incorporate an electric fusing system using components from remote control toy cars such as a transmitter and speed control and an electronic speed control. mike mccall is regularly briefed on the investigation. >> this transmitter that was used out of a toy car, that's a very sophisticated pressure cooker bomb that you don't see every day. and so i personally, my judgment is they had training performed by either an individual or individuals w
mano dura, no hay diÁlogo. la cia tuvo en la lista de terroristas a un hermano acusado de la bomba en boston. capriles dijo que estÁ cansado de esperar, dio un ultimÁtum para que se inicie el recuento de los votos. la familia de jenni rivera es dueÑa del pedazo de terreno donde cayÓ el avion donde muriÓ la artista, comenzamos. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> este es su "noticiero univisiÓn" edicion nocturna, con ilia calderÓn, y enrique acevedo. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> hola quÉ tal, buenas noches, comenzamos en mÉxico, donde las protestas de profesores en el estado de guerrero, se tornaron violentas y atacaron sedes de partidos polÍticos, maria antonieta collins siguiÓ la lucha de los maestros, en lo que consideran una reforma educativa injusta, cuenta mÁs. >>> las imÁgenes no pueden ser mÁs graficas. furia, golpes, palos avivaron a marcha de maestros de la coordinadora estatal de la educaciÓn de guerrero. reaccionaron con actos vandalicos contra las sedes de partidos polÍticos. la primera atacada la oficina del partido acciÓn nacional, que sufriÓ daÑos desde la entrada, en segu
report out today that the cia leader is bribing afghanistan and allies. millions of dollars of cash is being handed to. they brit hume and i will analyze. >> let's say you went into labor, the membranes ruptured and you delivered before we got to the termination part of the procedure here then we would would not help it. >> bill: undercover investigation spotlights two more abortion clinics that will not save babies born alive. >> what if his leg popped out at home? >> flush it. >> my former advisors switched offer to the dark side, for example, david axelrod now works for msnbc which is a mace change of pace since msnbc used to work for david axelrod. >> bill: also tonight, the factor's excellent journey to washington over the weekend with the national media remains enthralled with the president. >> rush limbaugh warned you about the second term, baby. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the excellent venture to washington, d.c. that's the subject of tonight's talking
extremism. the first warning reported on cnn went to the fbi in 2011. the second went to the cia months later. republican senators john mccain and kelly ayotte want a congressional hearing to determine if vital clues were missed because the agency did not communicate. a former cia operative said the safeguards put in place to protect you and me clearly failed. >> it's systemic, absolutely. no other way to describe it as a failure. immigrations didn't tell the fbi that he was leaving, immigration didn't tell the fbi he was coming back. we don't know what the cia told the fbi. two warnings from russian intelligence you don't ignore. the fsb, fcr, the two main russian intelligence agencies don't like the united states, don't provide technical intelligence, and when they do, you better listen. >> u.s. officials say when the fbi and cia ended their separate investigations, they concluded the older brother posed no threat. russia refused requests for more information. so the big question, did the intelligence community have the information that could have prevented these bombings? former fbi
that for no reason. no rso >> the fbi got clipped by the d.j. that's how it looks right now. the cia and the fbi are at odds overth terrorist suspect. colonel ravel peters will sort it all out. glenn beck says there should be a third muslim suspect in custody. wow. beck will put forth his case upcoming. [ male announcer ] dunes, desert, or trail, only rzr delivers. now's the time to buy during the polaris xp sales event. take your pick of our new limited edition rzrs and get financing as low as 2.99%. save even more with rebates up to $500... or totally customize your new rzr with up to $500 of free polaris accessories. razor sharp performance is waiting for you during the polaris xp sales event. >> bill: impact segment tonight. apparently there is finger pointing going on between the cia and fbi over slain terrorist tamerlan tsarnaev. according to the post they told the fbi to watch tamerlan. also secretary of state john kerry teed off white house bosses by saying this. >> we had a young person who went to rush is that shah and chechnya blowing people up in boston. he didn't stay where he went.
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